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We remain long-term fans of the Ted Baker business model. The careful approach to expansion reduces the risk of over-saturation, and so far the roll-out has delivered a stream of steadily increasing dividends for investors, with the share price largely following suit.feedback
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Nov 16 2017
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which George Salmon is associated, including EU and UK. Most recently, George Salmon has been quoted saying: “While the recent investment in digital marketing seems to have helped the Directory division rediscover its mojo, Next's high street stores saw an almighty slump this quarter. A particularly weak October means the group enters the all-important Christmas period with less momentum than it would have liked. While clearly not good news for Next investors, these results won't have gone unnoticed by others across the market either. Shareholders in Marks & Spencer, for example, might now be a bit more nervous ahead of next week's half-year numbers.” in the article Next shares slump as it warns over 'extremely volatile' sales.
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Jun 08 2017

This is unlikely to impact used car sales in the short-term, but any decline will likely feed through to the used car market over time.feedback

May 30 2017 - United Airlines passenger removal

The whole sorry episode has undeniably put a dent in BA's reputation for delivering a premium service.feedback

May 19 2017

For those wanting a reliable income from their investments, National Grid can't be far from the top of the list.feedback

May 04 2017

Whichever way it turns, Next just can't seem to catch a break at the moment. Online competition is ratcheting up, weaker sterling is increasing costs and conditions on the UK high street are far from favourable. The positive to hold on to is that Next has historically been an exceptionally well-run business, and many of those who have contributed to its success are still on board. Investors will be hoping this raft of experience will help chief executive Lord Wolfson steer the ship through these choppy waters.feedback

Apr 20 2017

Debenhams has struggled for years and has a large and inflexible store estate. Add in the wider issues facing the UK's high street retailers, and it's easy to see why the shares change hands for just 8.6 times expected earnings. If Bucher can successfully oversee a transformation, it will certainly be a feather in his cap.feedback

Mar 17 2017 - London

In many ways the update is more than just resilient. After recently amending the shareholder return plan to include buybacks to take advantage of a depressed share price, the London-focussed housebuilder is now telling analysts to up their profit forecasts for this year and next.feedback

Jan 31 2017

The appointment...will raise hopes that the group can finally get someone to sign on the dotted line.feedback

Jan 24 2017

The revelation that accounting deficiencies in Italy are worse than previously thought is a bitter and, needless to say, unwelcome pill to swallow for BT investors. With news that its Business and Public Sector division is coming under pressure, too, worries about the group's ability to fund its generous dividend policy will surely grow.feedback

Jan 05 2017

With solid increases in average selling prices and legal completions, Persimmon's growth continues despite the uncertainty around the UK's impending exit from the EU. With a healthy balance sheet, demand outstripping supply and no sign of borrowing costs rising in the foreseeable future, Persimmon looks in a strong position.feedback

Oct 06 2016

EasyJet is facing challenging times on a number of fronts, and it's one of the worst performing stocks in the FTSE 100 since the EU referendum.feedback

Aug 15 2016

The decision by the Bank of England to lower interest rates should help to keep mortgages affordable and plenty of other supportive factors will remain. Brits will still want to own homes, whether in or out of the EU, government schemes such as help-to-buy will almost certainly be unaffected, and the U.K. still faces a major housing shortage.feedback

Jul 21 2016 - Unilever

Companies like Unilever, which offer consistent growth even in difficult economic times, have come to be seen by investors as a safe port in a storm.feedback

Jul 13 2016

The market is concerned the housebuilding sector could be in the firing line as a result of the Brexit vote, and while Barratt have plans in place to reduce risk, it's unlikely these could fully insulate the group from a nasty downturn.feedback

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